Originally Posted by ghalfaire
I just have to wonder at this point if we know all that really happened that led up to and the aftermath of the Kennedy assassination. Probably not.
The more I read about Oswald, the more you realize that he was the type that would not participate in any conspiracy - when they say "lone gunman", they mean "lone."
This was a guy raised in Brooklyn and New Orleans, taken in for analysis at a young age, his mother left for long periods of time, he slept with her until he was 11, no father influence, wanted to be somebody, paranoid, schizophrenic, the Russians took him to a shrink and he was under supervision while there, he rejected Russia, he abused his wife, grew in love with Castro, some think he liked JFK until the anti-Castro going-on's, and then he went against him, he tried to assassinate a General Walker in Dallas 7 months before, but the bullet hit the edge of a window pane, barely missing the General, Oswald ran and escaped - some think that emboldened him to think he could get away with anything, and led him to the assassination in November, he had planned his escape, was secretive, and obsessive...
Not exactly the type to be involved with others.
And then, there is his mother, who had moved to Ft. Worth, and was probably the reason Oswald was in Dallas. After the assassination, she called reporters, who said, she was only concerned about how this would affect her - that Marina would get all the attention and sympathy, and she, she would get no money out of this....
Some crazy batsh#t